Some students at the aging St. Patrick’s Community School in Red Deer sat in classrooms with no windows. Others had to walk through one classroom to get to another. But that’s about to change.
Red Deer Catholic Regional Schools has begun a $15-million renovation of the aging St. Patrick’s School, with the net addition of six classrooms over the next 18 months. Built in 1980, school officials say it’s showing its age and, with 600 students, it’s at full capacity. The renovation will create badly needed space for an additional 150 students, to accommodate an anticipated increase in students this fall.
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